Quantum computing is the next great frontier of science. It has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of modern technology, including digital communications, cryptography, and computer-aided drug design.
Single impurity atoms embedded in a semiconductor matrix show great promise as quantum bits (qubits). Single photon sources, such as nitrogen vacancies in diamond, are another candidate for quantum computing and other quantum technologies.
Ionoptika’s Q-One is the only instrument specifically designed to meet the demanding requirements of quantum research. Explore that and some of our other products and applications below.
Q-One data showing 97% percent accuracy of implanting exactly one ion into a target substrate. Single ion implantation is likely to be a key enabling technology for quantum computing.
|Q-One||Single Ion Implantation of Bismuth||N Cassidy, P Blenkinsopp, I Brown, RJ Curry, BN Murdin, R Webb, D Cox||Physica Status Solidi A||2020||Ion Implantation, Quantum Computing, Qubits, Q-One|
|Q-One||Investigating the formation of isotopically pure layers for quantum computers using ion implantation and layer exchange||J England, D Cox, N Cassidy, B Mirkhaydarov, A Perez-Fadon||Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms||2019||Ion Implantation, Quantum Computing, Qubits|